Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

March 25, 2013, Mystery Photo

And here is Monday’s mystery fellow.

March 26, 2013, Mystery Photo

Here’s our mystery chap for Tuesday.

I’m always impressed with the knowledge of the Daily Mirror readers, but this time they have surpassed all expectations. Our mystery film has already been identified by Patrick, Dewey Webb and Rick Scott. Monday’s mystery fellow has been identified by Michael Ryerson, Kent, Cal and Lulu, Bob Levinson, Don Danard, Jo Anne, Eve, Suzanne Annette Stone, Tim Doherty, Arye Michael Bender, Bob Hansen, Gregory Moore, Kevin King, Richard Wegescheide, Robert, David Franklin and Ed.

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And here’s our mystery chap for Wednesday.

Please congratulate Don Danard for identifying Tuesday’s mystery fellow – and the movie. Herb Nichols, Gary Martin and Mary Mallory have identified Monday’s mystery actor.

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And for Thursday, a mystery (not) woman.

Our mystery movie and cast have been identified by Mike Hawks, Herb Nichols, Mary Mallory, William, Rick, Stacia and Julie Merholz. Wednesday’s mystery fellow has been identified by Jenny M, Dennis Gilliam, Don Danard, Eve, Floyd Thursby (welcome back!) Lee Ann, Gary Martin, Rich Scott, David Franklin, Arye Michael Bender and Victor Huntrods. Monday’s mystery chap has been identified by BarryOB/Oakland. Congratulations, everybody!

March 29, 2013, Mystery Photo

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. But notice the newsboy cap that he’s wearing! Off the top of my head, I can’t think of any other movies in which he wears one – but there must be some.

Patrick says: Almost missed Tuesday’s mystery chap. I believe that’s XXXXX. Didn’t recognize him at first because he wasn’t playing a cab driver.

Gary Martin says: ah ha! A cast list with all the usual suspects: XXXXXXX. It is interesting that so many recognizable persons appeared in such a low name recognition film..

Mike Hawks says: XXXXX says good morning to our Thursday group. Our non-mystery lady was identified by Mary Mallory, Rick Scott, Craig Deco. Dennis Gilliam has identified our mystery movie.

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71 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

  1. Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom

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  2. Patrick says:

    Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom in The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse – 1938

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  3. Kent says:

    Maxie Rosenbloom

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  4. Cal and Lulu says:

    Looks Like Slapsie Maxie Rosenblum, are we right?

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  5. dewey webb says:

    Maxie Rosenbloom

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  6. dewey webb says:

    The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse

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  7. Bob Levinson says:

    Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom

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  8. Don Danard says:

    I’d say that’s Max “Slapsie” Rosenbloom. Don’t know from what, tho’.

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  9. Rick Scott says:

    “Slapsie Maxie” Rosenbloom in “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse.”

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  10. Jo Anne says:

    Slapsie Maxie

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  11. Eve says:

    Slapsy Maxie!

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  12. Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom.

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  13. Tim Doherty says:

    Slapsy Maxie!

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  14. Mike Hawks says:

    Maxie Rosenbloom

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  15. A Rose in Bloom. Maxie, to be specific. (Never to be confused with Minnie, or Jack Benny’s theme song).

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  16. Greg Clancey says:

    Harold J. Stone

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  17. Bob Hansen says:

    It appears to be “Slapsie (Slapsy?)” Max Rosenbloom.

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  18. rick says:

    slappy max rosenbloom

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  19. Gregory Moore says:

    Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom?

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  20. Kevin King says:

    Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom

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  21. Richard Wegescheide says:

    Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom

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  22. Robert says:

    Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom

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  23. david franklin says:

    slapsie maxie rosenbloom

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  24. I know the face but not the name but he had obviously been a boxer.

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  25. Ed says:

    Maxie Rosenbloom

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  26. Don Danard says:

    I have a feeling Tuesday’s Mystery Man is Billy Wayne.

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  27. Don Danard says:

    And, is the Mystery Film “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse”?

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  28. gary martin says:

    Sorry , I was out of town. Monday is Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom and Tuesday’s name is on the tip on my tongue.

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  29. Patrick says:

    Wednesday = Donald Crisp

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  30. Jenny M says:

    Donald Crisp

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  31. Mike Hawks says:

    With Maxie from monday and Donald Crisp for today this should be THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE 1938.

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  32. Mary Mallory says:

    Donald Crisp today, and the film is THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE.

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  33. Mary Mallory says:

    Allen Jenkins yesterday?

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  34. Wednesday’s fellow looks to be British actor Donald Crisp.

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  35. Don Danard says:

    Wednesday’s Mystery Man is Donald Crisp

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  36. William says:

    The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse…..Max Rosenbloom, Donald Crisp

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  37. Eve says:

    Weds. is Conald Crisp?

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  38. BarryOB/Oakland says:

    Monday, Tuesday photos of “Slapsie Maxie” Max Rosenblum?

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  39. Floyd Thursby says:

    Mr. Wednesday is Donald Crisp.

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  40. Lee Ann says:

    Isn’t Wednesday’s gent Donald Crisp? Great in The Uninvited as Gail Russell’s grandfather.

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  41. gary martin says:

    Wednesday is Donald Crisp.

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  42. Rick Scott says:

    For Wednesday…Donald Crisp

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  43. david franklin says:

    Wednesday’s is Donald Crisp

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  44. Arye Michael Bender says:

    Today, that pioneer from the earliest days of silents. He worked as an Assistant Director to D.W. Griffith on ‘Intolerance’ and others. He is the estimable, Donald Crisp.

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  45. James Scott says:

    I’ve seen this guy many times. Can’t think of his name.

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  46. rick says:

    Wednesday is Donald Crisp

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  47. rick says:

    movie is The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse

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  48. Wednesday it’s Donald Crisp.

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  49. Stacia says:

    Wednesday’s is Donald Crisp, a man in so many movies I wouldn’t even begin to try to figure out which one this is based on him alone!

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  50. Stacia says:

    Oh wait, is that Maxie Rosenbloom for Monday? This is The Amazing Dr Clitterhouse!

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  51. juliemerholz says:

    Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse

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  52. Patrick says:

    Thursday = Claire Trevor

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  53. Ed says:

    Thursday is Claire Trevor

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  54. Don Danard says:

    I almost hate to say it, but Claire Trevor.

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  55. gary martin says:

    These guests are hardly mysteries …here we have one of my favs Claire Trevor. Just having trouble putting them all togetheer in one film.

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  56. gary martin says:

    ah ha! A cast list with all the usual suspects: The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse. It is interesting that so many recognizable persons appeared in such a low name recognition film..

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  57. Mike Hawks says:

    Claire Trevor says good morning to our thursday group.

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  58. Rick Scott says:

    Claire Trevor for Thursday

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  59. Patrick says:

    Almost missed Tuesday’s mystery chap. I believe that’s Billy Wayne. Didn’t recognize him at first because he wasn’t playing a cab driver.

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  60. CraigDeco says:

    Thursday’s gal is Claire Trevor(?)

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  61. Monday’s fellow is boxer Max Rosenbloom, and the Thursday actress is, of course, Claire Trevor,which lead me to the movie, “The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse”.

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  62. Bob Levinson says:

    Wed = Donald Crisp

    Pix is coming up blank/empty rectangle for Thursday. : (

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  63. Mike Hawks says:

    Bogie looks a bit suspicious, or is that just my imagination.

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  64. Rick Scott says:

    Gotta love Bogie’s character’s name…:Rocks” Valentine. Shows how often Warners dealt with jewel robbers. Sounds like it was lifted from a Loonie Tunes cartoon.

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